Christmas Elf Ears
Perfect for Santa's Helpers! Includes one pair of ears.
Aradani Studios elf ears are considered by many as the best costume prosthetics in the world. These are hand-crafted in our home studio by the artists of Aradani with attention to detail and quality.
Not only do we hand make and inspect each set of ears, we try to use the highest quality materials we can find. Often on the road we are told our ears last for years of use, with some people coming back with the same ears after 6-7 years of wearing them! Using RMG make-ups (rubber mask grease paint), we are able to paint the ears to match a variety of skin tones. You can attach these ears with spirit gum or liquid latex (personally we recommend spirit gum). The seam lines can be blended with latex or hidden with the use of an ear cuff as shown in the picture.
Size: 1 1/2" from the inner-curve to tip. (adds approx. 1/2" to the length of your ears)
Recommended Age: 5 and up.
Made of Costume Grade Latex and powdered with Hypoallergenic Baby Powder
Different Make-up Colors Available
Design: Paul and Michael Bielaczyc
These are handcrafted in our home studio, by the artists of Aradani, with attention to detail and quality.
Don't see ears that match your skin tone? We have other colors available to custom match your skin tone as needed. See our FAQ for instructions on ordering a custom-painted pair.
|A Small Elf||B Halfling||C Sea Elf||D Anime Elf|
|E Moon elf||F High elf||G Space Elf||H Evil Ear|
|K Faun Ear||M Wood elf||N Dwarf Ear||J Large Anime Ear|
|L Legend Ear||Q Royal Fae Ear||T Twilight Ear|
In American folklore, a Christmas elf is a diminutive creature (elf) that lives with Santa Claus in the North Pole and acts as his helper. Christmas elves are often depicted as green or red clad with pointy ears and pointy hats. Santa's elves are often said to make the toys in Santa's workshop and take care of his reindeer, among other tasks.
They were first introduced in literature by Louisa May Alcott in 1856. The Santa Claus character is much older, emerging in US folklore in the early 17th century from an amalgamation of various European Christmas traditions, especially from English Father Christmas and Dutch Sinterklaas. The association of Christmas presents with elves has precedents in the first half of the 19th century with the Tomte in Sweden and Nisse in Denmark, and St Nicholas himself is called an elf in A Visit from St. Nicholas (1823).